Muppet Hallowe'en on Ice.
The fangs arrived for the closing act. They will be held in place by gravity and friction rather than the toxic adhesive provided by the manufacturer (and can therefore be removed by hand rather than bone saw). The prosthetic is roughly the same size as the buccal cavity of a muppet. (Another good reason not to glue them in place.) This may have caused poor elocution, however the failure to distribute scripts to the cast and subsequent rearrangement of the performance has left most of the nominally speaking parts with no dialogue to squeeze around the awkward pointy mass.
The new lighting array would be in place if Pigs in Space
could stop playing with it. The standard features can be turned off when an act doesn't require them; the special features can be turned on when an act does require them. Which feature is which changes daily, consequently so does the lighting plan. Only the requisition order remains constant (and featureless) because they don't bother to update it, which is why nobody knows which features are the special ones. Now they want to restore a redundancy which they requested to be removed when the rig was being designed because "they can't remember why they didn't want it". (Could it have been because it is redundant? Maybe so. It is certainly easier to restore it, and add an off switch, than get a firm decision.)